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A Shocking Fatality BRAINED BY FLYING WHEEL. Sydney, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
A Shocking Fatality | BRAINED By FLYING WHEEL.;: : Sydney, Thursday night. A fearful accident occurred at the Clyde Engineering Works, Auburn, this afternoon, resulting in the ' death - of James C., Robertson.1 He was engaged in working an emery machine, when theiu'wlieel ? . bioke^ and a pifebe was hurled i 'ivitn great; velocity against his head. aiHis skull \vas smashed like!ari; eggshell, ;and .fnej brains' protruded.; The unfortunate man . died a -few minutes after .admissicin . tO: the Hospital.to which he was hurried. ' '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
- Now i* ihe' time to take a holiday, get ; out into tlio: country, 011 tho mountains, iiiid vitut'tho seashore, but do. not. forget to take a bottle of. Chamberlain's Colic, .Chol- era, and Diarrhoea Remedy along with you. It is almost certain to bo needed, and can ' not bo obtained 011 railroads or steamships. tfc is too much of a risk for anyone to lea ve . home on a journey without it. For sale by L. Edgley and Co.
A. H. AND P. SECRETARYSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
All. AND P. SECRETARYSHIP. At yesterday's meeting Mr. Gilmour, President of the- A.H. ; and P. Associa tion, said he was sorry to inform the - committee* that Mr. \V. G: Thompson had resigned as secretary. As they had had a busy- day he thought it best to hold over Mr. Thompson's; letter until Vnext week, when a special meeting would be called to consider that resigmv '' .tion and- other vacancies which had to 'be filled. Mi. Thompson explained that as far as the Show was concerned, everything was. in crder. and the work ? vas well in advance. I-Iis resignation ? : would cause the Association as little anxiety as possible, so that the work would be ' in a satisfactory state for any one who took up the position when he left. ? I .. 1 1 ? ii^— aflv - ? ' 4 V 1
Big Fire at Gratton. SEVERAL BUSINESS PREMISES DESTROYED. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
Big Fire at Grafton, .- SEVERAL BUSINEPS PREMISES , ! DESTHOVED;1' , I Svdnev. Thursday. A disastrous fire occurred. at Graltpn, on the, Clarence River, this morning, when. the. following business places were or partly destroyed : — Markham's drapery, Young's bakery, Funch's jewel Jery establishmeni, Clymont and Green's jewellery establishment and music, ware hp.use, ^H. Schaefifer, tinsmith works. I ,1 tie last mentioned premises did not sufler. much, the roofing only being de sttoyed. A considerable quantity of slpck wa? saved, and owing to the strenuous efforts o( the firemen, the fire -vas prevented from spreading, otherwise it mu,3,t have been \'ery extensive. The origin,of the outbreak is unaccountable, .Tlje. ..damage is estimated at '£n,ooo.
BROKEN HILL TROUBLE. THE SOCIALIST ELEMENT. THE REIGN OF "MUSTISM." Broken Hill, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
BROKEN HILL TROUBLE. I ' THE SOCIALIST ELEMENT. j THE REIGN OP 'MUST ISM.'- Broken Hill, Thursday. The combined unions at Broken Hill have' carried the following reso lution: 'That tho Prime Minister -and the Minister of Defence bo wired to asking them to call out the militia to defend the peaceful citizens iof Broken Hill against the unprovoked .attacks of tho Police;'-' . , ' There is a small and influential body among the -Socialists wing o£ the min ers who are propagating with success tlie doctrine' of the International Work ers o£ the World. The harassing policy directed against the police Is due to their counsels, and another example has come to light. In view of the fact that to-morrow the police will be required to guard the Block 10 mine, the car penters on - the mine, were directed to erect shelter sheds for the constables, but the men . got into touclr ' with the disaffected: unionists, and declared that they would not do the .work. Another move is likely to he made by £h...
Mundooran Shooting Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
- IVIundooran Shooting Case. . Teresa^. Cameron, who was arrested at ..Mundooran ? in, connection with ' the shooting -of- her: husband,.; William Cameron, was ? charged at the ' police court on Wednesday with shooting with intent to inflict grievous, 'bodily harm. ?? It was stated that on Friday Cam eron went to Merrygoeu, and got drunlc. j . He returned home, and, tak :ing a- sheen dog by the legs, dashed its brains out on the ground. . He shot another dog, kicked the table 'oveiv arid .snrashe'd everything. He knocked the bark off a pine tree. He said lie -.was fighting Johnson, and said he . would not allow tho black coot to win the championship while' he owned it. He swore at his wife and children, and hit the former with a rifle over the' left arm. He said he had killed the best friends he ever had, - meaning the dogs, and would now do for the lot of them. He trip ped, and fell on the bed. His wife then- picked- up the pea rifle. . put' a cartridge in it, and fired without, ta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
Existence may be summed up thus : TJr, till thirty— live. After thirty— liver \nti then— just living. -R. Hicliens. Life nEcd not be miserable after you are thirty years old. IE your livor is sluggish and refuses to perform its functions, take a few doses ot Chamberlain's Tablets, and you will live 'anew, For sale by L. Edgley and (Jo
MUSICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
MUSICAL SOCIETY. a 'Pursuant to notice a meeting was held ? in; the Town 'L-Ull last night, presided over by the Mayor, Alderman l'\ B. Kenny, for the purpose of considering the question of the formation of a Musical Society in Bathurst. On the motion' of Mr. Hurford, seconded by Mr. Sambrook, it was resolved that it was desirable: that a- Musical. Society he formed with the object of competing in the Commonwealth Eisteddfod, in Syd ney in Aprir next. Mr.. Mmos. was | elected secretary, and a sub committee, 1 comprising Messrs. Craig, DrydeTil'HU'r ford,. Cornwell, Bradley, Sambrook, Waddell, and Amos, was formed to frame rules, etc. to be submitted to a meeting on Tuesday next, when officers will be elected.
FOR HEALTH REASONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
FOR HEALTH REASONS. ' The attention of- the Health Com mittee of the Municipal Council is again called to the gutt?r in Russell street, between Rankin and Stewart-streets. It is fast becoming a fever bed, and unless 1 sdmethirig'. is done to prevent drainage | from houses 'flowing into the gutter I serious results will- follow. We know I ? that it is impossible at present to flush the .gutters;' ? and, -.--therefore,. '..'greater reason exists for additional care being exercised so that soapsuds and other filthy matter is not allowed to flow into the street. ,
SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd,, submitted on Tuesday li catalogue of 5203 bales, comprising a1 wide assort ment of good to superior wools. Com petition was again very keen for' all parcels fairly free of burrs and. -care- fully prepared, a very ; -firm 'market prevailed. The demand for scoureds improves as the ? season;; advances, aud values were better than at any pre vious sale'. Lower grades sold par ticularly well, with values showing a hardening tendency. At auction and prixatelx m sold 5863 bales. . j . j
THE BABY MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
. THE BABY MILLIONAIRE. According to the New York corres pondent of a London pape'r, Master Willie Vanderbilt, aged 7, celebrated, 011 December 7, the saddest birthday of his life, for he received no cheque' from his father for a million doll-xvs - C 200,000). The boy is the only son of Mr. A. G. Vanderbilt, whose; wife' secured a divorce several months jago.. On- ev- ery one of his previous1 birthdays his father has presented him with a mil lion dollars, but this year Mr. Yander bilt was away ' inotorlng : in the West, and did not add- a ; seventh to tlie mil lions that have gone before. Instead, the boy received ' an -infant's - motor- ? car. ' ' : J ' : 1' , ' ,,v for the' last two' years , (says. 'avftew York paper), the boy. has taken a keen interest I11 his birthday cheques, and has- often talked of what he' iu tends to do with his riches when he grows ! ;'.j1
COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER III. (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER III. (continued'. / . 'All right,' she answered, sullenly. 'I understand.' Tlie other was about to make a' re mark when she spoke again. 'Do you care for me, Jim?' ,/jh« asked, In a low voice. ' 'Yes, of course I do. Haven't 1 told you so?' Tlie reply, however,' only ; halfsatis fied its hearer. Leaning her ch'ln on her band, she gazed pensively-^at the speaker, a sullen look gathering on her face, and masking its beauty. 'Well, then, you might be a little more emphatic about it,' she retorted, annoyed at the matter-of-fact tone which lie adopted. 1 ? Drake shrugged his. shoulders. Af fairs of greater importance were occu pying his mind, just thou than, the wish es ?. of the woman beside, him. Senti ment could not be permitted to -inter-: fere with business. I-Ie- recognised, however, that: her support would- be necessary, and accordingly laid, him self out to adopt a more genial \man ner. ? - 'Don't look so troubled.' -he 'said, lightly, patting her hand a...
GENERAL CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
\ y. . : GENERAL CABLES/' The British , Passenger Agents' Asso- elation, .protests against' ^.S.W; f eii?.; trusting, the, selection' of; ^olonists-'to; the -Salvation. Army, '/j'; : :-r- , Mr.-. Winston Churcbiili ': at' 'firming' ' ham, denied that recent bye elections involved a sensible reaction' of 'feeling.' They.' were ...insufficient'.' 'id' deflect tlie Government's policy oiie' hair'sbreadth. Effective . and far-reaching ' reform of the Lords must be the issue at t-h'0 next general election. . He challenged the Lords to force a dissolution by re jecting: -tlie'y next budget. He would bo ciuitc content to have the battle fought ? upon the simple issues ot aristocratic rule. v. representative government, and reversion to protection v. maintenance : of freetrade. ? _ : : i . Inrjconnection -with the 'colliery, dis aster in,- iVirginia, ; as the mine: is /glv-. ing out noxious,, gases, it is concluded A'rtt _the 100 - imprisoned, meri ^have peiv: 4stied.' , , . . ; . ? . ? 1 -...
ALLEGED PROFESSONALISM. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
'?'ALLEGED PROFESSQNALISM/ ?-' ' London, January '14; J The Scottish Union has cancelled the. fixture with England,, alleging that the: English : Union . sanctioned the, pay ment to the All Blacks, .and Wallabies of £1 Is a day -besides expenses. It de clares this- to amount to professionalism. The Union also; asserts that the Anglo Welsh team in: 1908,. received a daily allowance', and .unanimously opines that these things are contrary to -the principles of amateurism and amount to professionalism. 'V r . |
THE ANGLICAN ARCHBISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
THE ANGLICAN ARCHBISHOP Yesterday the Anglican ArchbisKop of. ? Sydney (Dr. W. Saumarez' Smith) cele braced the 73rd anniversary of his birth, i. The Archbishop was born at St. Helier's on January 14, 1836, .and was conse crated Primate of Australia, Bishop of Sydney, and MetroDolitan of New South ' Wales, on June 24, 1890, in St. Paul's Cathedral, by the Archbishop of Canter bury. The Primate is a distinguished scholar, and the author of several notable theological publications. Re cently he returned from a visit to England in connection with the Pan Anglican Congress and Lambeth Con ference, in both of which he look an active part. He is still in robust health, and apparently has many years of use fulness to his Church before him.
CABLE NEWS. Quaking Italy. THE ZONE EXTENDING. London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
gable^ewsT Quaking Italy. , THE ZONE EXTENDING. , , tondo'ii, January 14. Shocks of earthquake are reported from ? Qenoa, ? Milan, Venice, Florence, Padua, Ravena, Pisa, . Ludca, , Pistoia, Perugia, Ferrara, Verona, , Ensilciif,, Bel luno, and Rimi in Italy. ,o. They occa sioned much : alarm - : but little, damage was done. ' The Florentines . abandoned their house's; and the Venetians fled to the Piazza of -Str. Mark's, ? ,, Slight shocks were experienced oin Wednesday at1 many points in Soufhei'B Austria. Shocks occasioned a panic at Imola, near Bologna. ..????? .. . . .j.-, , vj